|Cuisine Type |||Indian|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Casual|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Catering, Delivery|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Transit: Bus #491 ONE ROAD|
|Cross Street |||2nd Avenue|
|Mon-Sat 11:30AM-10PM, Sun 12-10PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 06, 2009
Foodies flock to La Tandoor Restaurant for their delicately prepared North Indian cuisine. This restaurant’s award-winning chefs have garnered a following thanks to their colourful dishes that are second to none. Luckily for you, La Tandoor’s affordable prices mean you can devour their 80 different dishes one visit at a time.
Deciding what to order first is the most difficult part about dining at La Tandoor. Each dish arrives out of the perfectionist kitchen resembling a mini masterpiece almost too pretty to devour. On the appetizer menu discover vegetable samosas lavishly stuffed with peas, potatoes and rare spices. Shrimp gets flavourful deep fried with yogurt, ginger and chunks of garlic. On those cold rainy nights curl up with piping hot chicken and lentil soup in a homemade broth. Regulars can’t resist this restaurant’s tasty selection of hot tandoori breads straight out of the oven. Among the standouts is the leavened bread stuffed with chopped onions, dry mango powder and fresh coriander leaves.
Spice is Nice
Succulent chicken and beef dishes take centre stage here thanks to made-from-scratch sauces and exotic spices. For a spicy kick, order the boneless chicken cooked with green peppers, tomatoes and fresh chili. Regulars adore the butter chicken marinated in garlic, ginger and cream. When you crave something a little more adventurous this restaurant’s tender lamb dishes will hit the spot. Delicately prepared lamb tastes divine cooked in yogurt, coconut and mild spices. A small selection of vegetarian dishes and fish delicacies complete the menu. For a sweet ending save room for mango ice cream loaded with pistachios.